November 7, 2014

Mexico Demands NY Auction Not Sell Pre-Hispanic Artifacts

Bonhams' New York auction scheduled for Wednesday includes about 155 sculptures, ceramic vessels and other artifacts from the Aztec, Mayan and other cultures. Mexico's National...
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Mexican Gang Confesses to Burning 43 Missing Students

Attorney General Jesus Murillo said three new detainees admitted setting fire to the group, some of whom were still alive, in a rubbish dump near...
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AT&T to Buy Mexico’s Mobile Network Iusacell

AT&T Inc., the second-largest U.S. wireless carrier, agreed to acquire Grupo Iusacell SA from billionaire Ricardo Salinas for $2.5 billion to expand further into Latin...
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The Poorest President in the World Won’t Sell His VW for a Million-Dollars

President Jose Mujica says he has received a million-dollar offer to buy his blue 1987 Volkswagen Beetle, which has become a symbol of the Uruguayan...
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Mexico is Major Exporter of the Worlds Produce

According to data from the Ministry of Agriculture, in 2012 Mexico was the largest exporter of avocados worldwide, with about 52.8 percent of the global...
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Mexico Scraps High Speed Rail Project with China

After the contract to build the link was awarded on Monday, opposition politicians accused the government of favoring the group led by China Railway Construction...
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